Kyodo News agency reported that Japanese police have raided a company allegedly linked to North Korea's nuclear program. The report Thursday cited unidentified investigative officials as providing the information. It did not specify when the raid took place or the name of the company. According to Kyodo, police were acting on information from the International Atomic Energy Agency. The report said the UN nuclear watchdog found Japanese parts used in a nuclear facility in North Korea in an inspection in 2007.